No. Dragon's Blood comes out of the bottle dark red but if you circulate it on your skin or in the palm of your hand it lightens to your skintone. Also, Dragon's Blood will wash off with soap and water.
Yes, if the Dragon's Blood is wet. If it has dried on your skin, it's not a problem. To avoid contact with clothing, it's best to mix it in the palm of your hand and apply it carefully to the affected area.
Yes! Dragon's Blood is perfect for animals because it is safe (and even beneficial) to ingest. It's great for burns, itchy skin, fungal conditions, parasites, and wound healing.
Yes. Dragon's Blood is especially good as a gargle or a gum treatment. Just add a few drops to water and swish it around in your mouth. It tastes woody and astringent and will foam up, so be ready for it!
Unfortunately, we can't advocate for therapeutic use in Australia but the Dragon's Blood Growers Association in Peru at www.dragonsbloodgrowers.com will give you some very good information.
Yes, one type is an Amazonian tree called Croton Lechleri, another type is a Middle Eastern desert tree called Dracaena Cinnabari. Only Croton Lechleri has the wide variety of uses on the body. Make sure you always buy 100% pure Croton Lechleri.
No, they do not so make sure to check your labels. Lab Gardens prides itself on its ethical practices and community return but unfortunately, suppliers of Dragon's Blood from China have been known to simply pulp and press the entire tree to maximize their production and profit. Lab Gardens works with nature sustainably so everyone benefits.